Best Table Service Restaurants in Disney World for Kids and Toddlers

Best Table Service Restaurants in Disney World for Kids and Toddlers

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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you’re trying to figure out where to eat during your Disney World vacation. There are well over a hundred restaurants on Disney property, and they range from burger places to buffets to character meals to fine dining.

You can’t try it all on a single trip, and you want to narrow things down and find the best places to eat.

But “best” of course is subjective — and it depends on who you are and what you’re looking for.

Are you a family with three kids, two of whom are toddlers?

Are you going to Disney for your honeymoon and looking for the most a romantic date night spots?

Are you a strict vegetarian and want to avoid wandering around the parks trying to find something decent that you can eat?

So instead of making just one list of “best restaurants,” I created a few different lists, depending on what it is that you’re looking for.



Best Disney World Restaurants for Kids

Not surprisingly, there are a ton of very kid-friendly restaurants throughout Disney World.

Yes, many of them are character meals. But they certainly don’t have to be a character meal to be a great choice for families with kids under the age of 10,

Here are my picks for some good (and diverse) choices to get you started.

This certainly isn’t an exhaustive list, or we would be here all day. Feel free to add your own favorites below in the comments!

Chef Mickey’s

Ah, Chef Mickey’s … we have such a love/hate relationship with you.

You’re overpriced. You’re noisy. Your food isn’t that great (and from what I’ve heard, at dinner and lunch it’s downright bad).

And yet I still have to recommend you to families with toddlers and preschoolers.

Why? Because your kids will be thrilled to load up their Mickey waffles with chocolate sauce, sprinkles, and whipped cream while they wait to meet Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto, and Donald.

And years from now, you will be doing what I am today … looking at old photos and being really glad that you went.

Chef Mickeys breakfast buffet at the Contemporary Resort in Walt Disney World

So yeah … despite its weaknesses, I still say, go to Chef Mickey’s — for breakfast. Just know what it is (very kid-friendly and a great place to meet the Fab Five) and what is isn’t (quiet, or the best meal of your life.)

And have fun!

Chef Mickey's breakfast at Disney World
Breakfast at Chef Mickeys
Photo courtesy of Laurie at Pics from the World of Disney


Crystal Palace

I’m a huge Winnie the Pooh fan (I love both Disney and classic Pooh), so any place where you get to eat coffee cake and waffles and get to meet and actually hug Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore gets an “A” in my book.

Crystal Palace breakfast at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World
Rachael and Rebecca with Piglet

I also loved the decor.

Crystal Palace restaurant in the Magic Kingdom
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper

The girls and I went to the Crystal Palace for breakfast, and the food was quite good, but not anything amazing or unique (which is one reason why kids will love it).

I have heard slightly less positive things about the Crystal Palace at lunch dinner, including the fact that it’s noisier and more chaotic during those times.

If you do go for breakfast, I would recommend trying to get a PPO ADR (Pre-Park Opening Advance Dining Reservation) OR going at around 10:30am so you don’t miss that opening hour at the Magic Kingdom when the lines are the shortest.



Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue

Hoop De Doo Revue Sign
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper

Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue is a 2-hour long dinner show that counts as 2 Table Service Credits on the Disney Dining Plan. Basically, the concept is that you’re a guest watching a group of traveling vaudevillian performers. The show includes singing, dancing, corny slapstick-style humor, and audience participation.

Hoop De Doo Revue Disney World
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper

Hoop-De-Doo Revue is a great example of how enjoying something depends o lot onwho you are with. We went when our kids were early elementary school age, and a big part of the fun for us to see how much the kids were laughing at the silly, slapstick-style jokes.

I’m real sorry to say that if we were to go today, now that our two oldest kids are in high school, it would probably be a totally different experience. The girls might think it was lame, and they would probably be mortified by the audience participation. (No, wait. Correction: They would be mortified by their mother loudly and happily doing everything involved in the audience participation.)

This is no fancy dining experience, to put it lightly. The food is brought to your table in pails, for heaven’s sake, and will keep coming as long as you ask for it. The menu consists of gourmet offerings like cornbread, chicken ribs, baked beans, smashed potatoes, and strawberry shortcake. If you are a vegetarian, you can request noodles with marinara sauce as an alternative.

Video: Hoop De Doo Revue Highlights at Disney’s Fort Wilderness



A German restaurant may not sound like the most kid-friendly restaurant at first, but Biergarten has both a fun atmosphere and good food. My kids loved it and specifically asked to go back on subsequent trips.

They have a show about every hour, which is both educational and entertaining and involves audience participation.

HeidiGW on the DisBoards forum describes the experience well:

We ate [at Biergarten] for the first time last Christmas. and, we were surprised how much my husband and children loved it. i liked it. We had lunch, and three party members declared it the best meal of the 10-day trip. Everything was kept hot and fresh, and replaced pretty quickly.

i don’t remember it having a kids’ only-type section. for lack of a better term, the food isn’t weird…if the kids like chicken nuggets, they will like the pork schnitzel …a little thin cutlet, breaded and lightly fried. It was yummy. If they like baked mac and cheese, they have a version of it that was really yummy. If they like butter noodles, the plain spaetzles would be great. Lots of things that look like hotdogs…
there may have been pizza on the buffet too.


Video — Best Disney World Sit-Down Restaurants for Kids


✅Most Romantic Disney World Restaurants for Adults

What are the best restaurants for having a romantic date night as a couple?

Well, um … I wouldn’t know! I’ve never had a “date night” or “no kids meal” during a Disney vacation.

But if you’re planning an adults-only dinner during your Disney trip, here are the places that many other people recommend:

Victoria & Albert’s

Victoria & Albert’s, located in the Grand Floridian resort, is a Disney restaurant in a class by itself. Those who have eaten there say it’s way better, not even close or comparable to any of the other restaurants. It also does not participate in the Disney Dining Plan.

And holy moly, it is expensive.

A 7-course meal has the fixed price of $185, and a 10-course meal is $235. If you also want a wine pairing, they start at an additional $65. And no, this does not include tax and tip.


I don’t know about you, but I honestly don’t know if I’ve ever paid that much for a single meal in my life.

However, everything I have read said that dining there is an absolutely amazing experience and totally worth the price (assuming you are the kind of person that would even consider — or want — to spend that kind of money on a fine dining experience, which frankly, I’m not sure that we are).

Just to put it in perspective, Victoria & Albert’s is one of only 46 restaurants in the entire United States that has earned a Five Diamond rating from AAA.

Not only that, but Victoria & Albert’s price is lower compared to most of the other Five Diamond restaurants.

Hopeful4FL on the Disboards gives some tips on how to best get your money’s worth:

It is a once in a lifetime experience. Amongst the most expensive meal we have ever had, but totally worth it. Please note “value” is subjective, but the food there is unique and VERY tasty. Memories will last forever.

Since this is a grand meal, here are some things that might make your evening extra special (did for us)
1) Dress for the occasion. You could dress is business casuals, but for a place and the occasion, make it memorable.
2) LOTS of places in the Grand Floridian for beautiful pictures, specially if you guys are decked out.
3) Take pictures of the food. You will also get your personalized menus to take home with you.
4) The service, food and ambiance is something that will be seared in your memory forever. For us, that was well worth the price.

Do be aware that there is a dress code that is strictly enforced. Men must wear a dinner jacket (ties are optional) and women may wear a dress, dressy pant suit, or skirt and blouse.


Monsieur Paul

Monsieur Paul is a Signature Dining restaurant that counts as 2 Table Service Credits on the Disney Dining Plan located in the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase.
It is described as “a classic restaurant serving gourmet French cuisine” and the menu includes Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Butter Poached Lobster, and Grilled Octopus.

There is a “Resort Casual” dress code that doesn’t allow for tank tops, swimwear, cut-offs, or t-shirts with offensive language or graphics.

RealBlast3 on the DisBoards says:

It is the most elegant experience you can have in all of Disney World, outside of Victoria and Albert’s. A truly great dining experience, for those who have the TIME, to sit back and relax and savor the true French dining experience. They take their time here, so it is not a reservation to make to squeeze between other activities. Expect to spend a minim of an hour and half here, easily, and most likely it will be a 2 hour+ experience.

This is the type of dinner to end your evening on, and then retire back to your resort … This is as far removed from “Disney” and “Themepark” stuff as you can get, for adults who want a quiet evening with class and sophistication but don’t want to shell out hundreds of bucks at V&As.

And of course, one has to have some appreciation for French cuisine, I would think, as there are items like frog’s legs, and escargot along with some other interesting concoctions, on the menu. This is a small restaurant, meant for an intimate sort of experience. The wait-staff attends to you very closely and respectfully. As for the food, it is divine.

One nice plus about Monsieur Paul is that, especially since it’s on the second floor, it’s one of the best restaurants to watch Illuminationsif you’re able to get a table with a window.


California Grill

California Grill is located on the 15th floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Like Monsieur Paul, it is a Signature Dining restaurant that counts as 2 Table Service Credits on the Disney Dining Plan, and it has a Resort Casual dress code.

One of the great things about California Grill is the panoramic view of the Magic Kingdom, which means it’s a great place to watch the Wishes! fireworks show. The advice I’ve heard is to get an ADR for about an hour before Wishes! and be willing to wait for a window table.

However, if you end up missing Wishes! because your reservation was too early or late, you can bring your receipt to the reception desk on the second floor and they’ll let you watch the fireworks from the observation deck.

The menu has several different kinds of hand-rolled sushi, and both that and the flatbread are supposedly must-haves.


Jiko — the Cooking Place

If Rob and I were to finally have a romantic dinner at Disney World, I think this is the restaurant that we would pick.

Located in the Animal Kingdom Lodge, this is another Signature Dining restaurant with a Resort Casual dress code. But it just sounds more interesting than the other restaurants. It’s described as “a delicious blend of traditional African, Indian and Mediterranean cuisine,” and that just sounds more appealing to me than either sushi or grilled octopus.

It’s won a lot of awards, including the AAA Four Diamond Award.

The atmosphere looks pretty cool too.

Stina from the DisBoards raves about Jiko:

Jiko is hands down my favorite restaurant at Disney. The food is amazing and the service incredible. I once had flounder there that can only be described as “a religious experience.” I’ve also had the chicken and the scallops entrees. My favorite appetizer is the flatbread with different hummus dips. So truly African and delightful. The cheese plate ($14 of cheese!) is also excellent. The atmosphere is gorgeous and relaxing. Jiko is also home to the largest hidden Mickey on property!

… Now hopefully I will not offend, but in my opinion, this is not the ideal restaurant for children. Yes, they are welcome and accomodated (kids menu), and I personally have no problems dining near children, this is WDW after all, but it’s not the best most family-friendly environment. This is an upscale dining experience I think best enjoyed by adults. Unless your kids are culinarily sophisicated like Remy from Ratatouille they would probably enjoy Boma more. Jiko is the kind of place where you want to take the time to savor your meal and your wine and enjoy a few courses.


✅Best Disney World Restaurants for First Time Visitors

What makes a good restaurant for a first-timer? Basically, one that seems to best capture the “magic of Disney” and has a very unique theme.

So, for example, as much as I love Flame Tree BBQ in the Animal Kingdom, and as much as I would recommend it to anybody, it’s not quite the vibe I’m going for in this section.

Here are a few good choices for people who are visiting Disney World for the first time and really want a “unique Disney experience” along with their meal.

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Cinderella’s Royal Table, located in the Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom, is often considered the most coveted restaurant ADR to score in all of Disney World.

It is also considered expensive — because it is. Breakfast can be as high as $65 per adult, and dinner as high as $80. If you use the Disney Dining Plan, it counts as 2 Table Service Credits.

At breakfast, you can meet Cinderella, along with Ariel, Princess Aurora, and Snow White. At lunch and dinner Princess Jasmine and Snow White are the princesses joining Cinderella.

We’ve actually never eaten here — I didn’t even bother trying to get reservations when I heard how difficult it was. And over the years, I’ve heard mixed reviews. Some people say it’s one of the most overrated restaurants in Disney World.

So Is Cinderella’s Royal Table worth the price?

It sounds like the answer to that question can can best be answered by asking this question:

Are you willing to spend a lot of money (or 2 Table Service Credits on the Disney Dining Plan) and have mediocre food because you want the experience of eating in the Castle?

KellyArms20 on the DisBoards sums it up well:

It’s worth it in the sense that you have the opportunity to eat in the castle. The character interactions weren’t better than Akershus {Storybook Dining in Epcot’s Norway]. The only difference between Akershus and Cinderella’s Royal Table is the photo with Belle vs Cinderella, respectively.

I had a steak with shrimp which were good, but my potatoes tasted like Play Doh = inedible. The dessert and appetizer I had were ok. If eating in the castle is the main driver, go for it. If it’s for the food, skip it. (I enjoy a hot dog at Casey’s more :blush:). If it’s for the characters, go to Akershus if you can manage it, unless Cinderella is a priority. The food there isn’t a lot better, but the price is.

We won’t eat there again, but I’m happy we had the one time experience of eating in the castle.


Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest restaurant in Disney World
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper

Be Our Guest in the Magic Kingdom is another restaurant that we have never never been to, although, in this case, I did try to get reservations, but was never able to.

Be Our Guest is unique in that it is a counter service restaurant for breakfast and lunch, and a table service restaurant that counts as two Table Service Credits on the Disney Dining Plan. (If you eat during dinner, you get the added benefit of meeting The Beast.)

Be Our Guest has three different dining rooms: The Ballroom, The West Wing, and The Rose Gallery.

Be our Guest restaurant grand ballroom
The Grand Ballroom at Be Our Guest
Photo courtesy of Laurie at Pics from the World of Disney

If you’re eating with little kids, here are two tips: T
1)The Ballroom is the largest and noisiest room. I’ll leave that for you to decide whether that makes it a good fit for your family.

2) I have heard that The West Wing could be considered scary to some kids because of the dark lighting.

Like Cinderella’s Royal Table, many people consider Be Our Guest to be overrated. But then I also heard lots of people rave about it — not just the castle decor, which I would expect people to like, but even claiming that the actual food was fantastic.

So I wasn’t sure what to think. I think Tom Bricker hit the nail on the head when he explained it this way:

Before we dined here, one thing I noticed is that the guest response to dinner at Be Our Guest Restaurant is fairly divided. Based on what I’ve heard, I would say 70% of guests love dinner at Be Our Guest Restaurant, while 20% hate it, and 10% are fairly indifferent. Part of this is inconsistent food and service quality, something that plagues all table service restaurants at Walt Disney World.

If I had to guess, I’d say another part of the ‘hate it’ camp is at least in part due to sky-high expectations resulting from the difficulty of getting an ADR here. There’s also the possibility that some of that ‘love it’ camp is the result of confirmation bias: after doing all that work and hearing so much hype, some people probably want to love it and rate it more highly than they otherwise would have if they were able to walk-in to the restaurant without reservation.

My point with this is that you should keep your expectations in check: I’d put dinner at Be Our Guest Restaurant among the top 25% of restaurants at Walt Disney World, but it’s far from the best.

Grey Stuff at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom
“The Grey Stuff” at Be Our Guest
Photo courtesy of Laurie at Pics from the World of Disney



Ohana (which means “family” in the Hawaiian language) is located in the Polynesian Resort. I love eating at the resort restaurants because you get the visit and enjoy the resort decor even if you’re not staying there. The Polynesian, one of Disney’s Deluxe Resorts and one of the most expensive places you can stay on property, is a nice resort to get to enjoy!

Polynesian Resort outside of Ohana restaurant
Our view of the Polynesian while we waited for our table

The food at Ohana is served family style, which our hostess explained to us as being like “a reverse buffet — we bring unlimited food to you.”

There are two things I would “warn” you about Ohana:
1) This is, and should be, a meal that you “experience” and take your time enjoying. Even though you’re just two stops away from the Magic Kingdom, I would not recommend trying to squeeze in dinner before rushing out to use your 7:00pm Fastpass for Seven Dwarves Mine Train.

2) Pace yourself, because you will be getting a lot of of food. My family didn’t realize (because they hadn’t been listening to me carefully when I explained it to them, ahem) that there are so many courses at Ohana, and they filled up on the Pineapple-Coconut Bread, Pork Dumplings, and Noodles in Teriyaki Sauce … which was all amazingly good, but at that point you haven’t even gotten to the “real meal” of the meat skewers yet.

And of course you really want to save room for the dessert, Bread Pudding à la mode with Bananas and Caramel Sauce.

Bread Pudding at Ohana restaurant in Disneys Polynesian Resort
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper

One more note about Ohana:
We went there for dinner, but they also have a Best Friends Breakfast with Lilo & Stitch (and Mickey Mouse and Pluto, dressed in Hawaiian garb.

If you’re trying to decide which one to go to, I would highly recommend doing dinner there instead of breakfast, unless your kids are huge Lilo & Stitch fans and you just can’t miss it. The breakfast, from what I’ve heard, is fine, but basically just your average character breakfast. Dinner, however, is where you’ll really get a unique experience and great food.


50’s Prime Time Cafe

I’m always curiously amused by the concept of 50’s Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios … how did someone come up with this idea, exactly?

The restaurant replicates, in very specific and accurate details, a 1950s diner, complete with black and white television sets playing TV shows like The Dick Van Dyke Show (one of my favorites from childhood) and The Donna Reed Show (never saw it).

When we went to 50’s Prime Time Cafe on our “Girls Only” trip to Disney World a few years ago, I was expecting the experience to be really fun, but the food to be a less than amazing.

I was pleasantly surprised at how good the food was. The milkshakes were unbelievable (and huge, easily enough for 2-3 people to share), and my Pot Roast with Mashed Potatoes was delicious.

Unfortunately, the reserve was also true … the experience was completely disappointing — BUT let me explain, because I don’t want you to write off the Prime Time Cafe (I definitely plan to return myself), and perhaps I can even help you avoid the experience we had.

When our server first came to our table, he told us that the people at the next table were our cousins, and that “Mom” had certain rules here, like no elbows on the table.

After he took our drink orders and left, I grinned at the girls and said, “Okay, this is gonna be fun!”

Well, sadly, that was the end of it. The rest of the meal was like eating at any other restaurant. The server took our order, he brought us food, he cleared the plates.

Meanwhile at a big table diagonally to my right, I kept seeing their server come out, say some things that I couldn’t hear because her back was to me, to which the entire table would erupt with laughter.

That table dinner didn’t just get a dinner. They got a performance.

We just got a dinner. A good dinner, but I was definitely expecting more.

Even worse, Rebecca made a point of finished her entire meal just so she could get a “Club Plate Club Sticker.” Our server made no comment about this when he picked up her, so I pointed out to him proudly, “Rebecca cleaned her plate!”

He gave us a disinterested nod as he carried the plates away.

On our way out, we told the hostess that Rebecca cleared her plate, and wasn’t she supposed to get something for it? The hostess acted surprised and gave Rebecca a few stickers.

I was so disappointed in our experience there that I seriously thought about writing a letter to complain after we got home from vacation. I was too azy to ever get around to it, though.

If you’re like me and want a “fun show” as part of your meal there, I would recommend you request “a server who is really it” when you show up for your reservation.

It never would have occurred to me to do that, because … well, I kind of thought that was part of the server’s job and the point of the restaurant.

I’m looking forward to going back someday, getting a better server, and enjoying the food again.



See “Best Restaurants for Kids” Above

Any of the restaurants I mentioned above as being a choice to go to with kids would also be a good choice for a first timer wanting a great Disney experience.

Video: The Best Disney World Restaurants for First Timers


✅Best Disney World Restaurants for Vegetarians

We’re not vegetarians, but Disney has some great vegetarian options. Plus, in typical Disney style, they are eager to accommodate your needs.

Most every restaurant has some sort of vegetarian option — and most burger places offer a garden burger, even if you don’t see it listed on the menu board.

Here are just a few of the many vegetarian meals that receive a lot of praise. To see even more options, keep scrolling down and watch the video below.

Vegetable Platter at Tangerine Cafe

The Vegetable Platter at Tangierine Cafe, in the Morocco Pavilion in Epcot, comes with falafel, hummus, pita, salad, olives, tabbouleh, couscous and lentil Salad.

Crispy Tofu Bowls at Satu’li Canteen

The Build Your Own Bowls option at Satu’li Canteen in Animal Kingdom is considered by many o be the best quick service meal in Disney World.

After choosing fried tofu as your protein, you select a base (quinoa and vegetable salad, red and sweet potato hash, mixed whole grains and rice, or romaine and kale salad) and then a sauce (charred onion chimichurri, black bean vinaigrette, or creamy herb sauce).

Pecos Bill’s Cafe — Vegetable Bowls

The Vegetable Bowl at Pecos Bill’s Cafe, in Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom, has rice, beans, roasted squash and tortilla strips.

Then comes the fun part — heading over to the toppings bar and piling it high with whatever you want — salsa, lettuce, onions, tomatos, guacamole and more.

Fried Green Tomato Sandwich at Rosie’s All-American Cafe

The Fried Green Tomato Sandwich at Rosie’s All-American Cafe in Hollywood Studios comes with pepper jack cheese, arugula, and red tomatoes, and comes on ciabatta bread.

Video — BEST Disney World Restaurants for Vegan and Vegetarian Food!


✅Best Breakfasts in Disney World

You have to be careful when it comes to breakfast at Disney World.

The first couple hours are prime time at the parks, and you can avoid a lot of time waiting in lines if you hit the most popular rides during those hours. You could certain argue that spending that time leisurely eating eggs and drinking coffee would fall under the category of “poor planning” (or, less kindly, “stupid”).

But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy a good breakfast during your Disney trip.

For one thing, some people (including certain members of my family) don’t like to keep up with the frantic, “hit the park before rope drop and make a mad dash toward Pandora” pace every single day. For them, relaxing with a great breakfast one morning in the middle of your trip is a smart choice.

Also, depending on how you do it, sitting down for a nice Disney breakfast doesn’t necessarily mean squandering your “prime park time.”

For example, you could hit Kona Cafe at the Polynesian Resort at 7:30am (if you’re that kind of person), hop on he monorail when you’re finished, and arrive at the Magic Kingdom by around 9:00 or 9:15 am, which isn’t too bad.

Even better is if you’re lucky enough to get a PPO ADR (Pre-Park Opening Advanced Dining Reservation), beginning at 8:00 am on days when the park opens for regular guests at 9:00am.

I tried desperately to do this when we had breakfast at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom (see “Best Restaurants for Kids” above”), but could never get one.

Not only is a PPO ADR a great way to get breakfast and not miss prime-time park hours, but it’s a fantastic way to get some photos when nobody is at the park.

Tusker House

Located in the Africa section of Animal Kingdom, this is one of the restaurants where you can get an ADR before the park opens.

We’ve been to Tusker House for both lunch and breakfast and enjoyed both meals, but everybody agreed that the breakfast was knock-your-socks-off fantastic. The variety of foods, the unique flavors, and the Jungle Juice all made it an amazing meal.

Tusker House restaurant in Animal Kingdom

Also, Tusker House can be a nice character meal alternative to Chef Mickey’s. The food is better, the environment is more interesting, and it’s not as noisy and chaotic. (You won’t, however, get to meet Minnie Mouse or Pluto at Tusker House. The characters include Donald and Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Mickey Mouse.)

Tusker House breakfast buffet in Animal Kingdom



Boma in Animal Kingdom Lodge has all your typical Disney breakfast buffet favorites like Mickey waffles, bagels, cereal, bacon, sausage and cooked-to-order omelets.

BUT it also includes some traditional African dishes, like Papaya, Avocado, and Grapefruit Salad (see Pinterest photo below), Pap and Chakalaka (a corn-based porridge with a spicy tomato relish) and Bobotie (a South African quiche).

Like Tusker House, Boma also has the amazing Jungle Juice.

Not only that, but the Lodge itself (especially the lobby) is gorgeous. And although you can’t see any animals from inside the restaurant, when you’re finished with your meal you can wander around the resort and possibly see some giraffes, zebras or wildebeest.


Kona Cafe

We’ve only been to Kona Cafe in the Polynesian Resort for lunch (and enjoyed it very much), but I’ve heard it’s a great choice for breakfast. As I mentioned earlier, it’s right on the monorail line, which makes it super-easy to eat there and then arrive at the Magic Kingdom within minutes.

Kona Cafe’s claim to fame is their Tonga Toast, which is a banana-stuffed French Toast rolled in cinnamon sugar and served with strawberry compote. It comes with your choice of ham, spiced ham, bacon, or sausage.

The 100% Kona Coffee French Press Pot offers what is considered the best coffee in all of Walt Disney World property. If you really like it, you can buy whole bean or ground Kona Blend or 100% Pure Kona coffee to take home with you.

NOTE: If you just want to try the coffee, but don’t actually want to have breakfast at Kona for whatever reason, you can grab a quick cup (along with a pastry, if you like) at nearby Kona Island.


Video — Best Disney World Breakfasts


So what do you think?

What do you consider to be the best restaurants at Disney World? Anything on this list that you agree with — or disagree with?

Let us know in the comments!

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